Premises Liability

Premises Liability is when someone is injured by a defective or dangerous condition on a piece of property owned by another person or company. Property owners are acting negligent if they are aware, or should be aware, of unsafe conditions on their premises and do nothing remedy the condition. Property owners, who neglect their duty to maintain a safe property, may be liable to cover medical expenses, loss wages, and pain and suffering due to personal injury to visitors and customers on their property. The attorneys at Summe & Summe, PSC have the necessary experience handling premises liability cases in both Kentucky and Ohio.

If you are harmed by a hazardous condition on the property of another person, business, or entity, then call us. Premises liability can include any dangerous condition - from assaults in bars and hotels, to diving injuries at a swimming pool, slip and fall incidents at the local supermarket, or defective staircases. Premises liability cases can occur at hotels, apartments, homes, restaurants, casinos, golf courses, supermarkets, shopping malls, cruise ships, to anywhere else. It is important to hire an experienced attorney quickly to preserve and document any dangerous condition that may have been responsible for your injuries.

If you have been injured on someone else's property, then let the attorneys at Summe & Summe, PSC work to get you the best possible recovery for your personal injuries. We have intimate understanding of the premises liability laws. We are committed to helping victims achieve justice and will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve under the law.